I'm more than happy to have my artwork in the Wiki.
Andrew: Please feel free to upload my old work or any future stuff.
If I didn't want my work to be available online I wouldn't send
it out in the first place ;-P
I can upload it myself but it's currently scattered across various
computers and folders. If you have it handy just go ahead and don't
wait up for me to find my copies. (if not, let me know and I'll
over the next few days)
I really need to check out all the latest documentation and material
and get back up to speed. Works been a bit hectic lately (some new
Symbian phones are gonna be shipping soon ^_^) but it should be
quieting down a bit in a few days.
If there's any discussions going on please feel free to involve
just post to the mailing lists. I was wondering recently whether
worth bringing back the monthly IRC meetings. They were usually good
fun and quite productive. What do you think?
On 21 Feb 2006, at 19:14, Kai Sterker wrote:
Andrew was wondering whether it would be okay to include your
in the Wiki (which has seen a lot of updates during the last
or so)? See below ...
Anfang der weitergeleiteten E-Mail:
Von: Andrew Phillips <address@hidden>
I found the old synopsis for Tanath. Thanks. Any chance we can
James Nash back into the loop? I want to get some of his art on
wiki, but I don't want to upload his work. I have a lot of it
archived, but I'd rather he do it or at least give me express
On 2/20/06, Kai Sterker <address@hidden> wrote:
Am 20.02.2006 um 20:12 schrieb Andrew Phillips:
Kai, I still have the 0.5 version of the 1.0 plot doc that
Nezumi built in 2000. If you can't find portions of it in
files, look there.
I had a look, but the error is already in this version. If you
>>> node51.html, you'll find that Trinolee's character sketch is
Andreah's should have been.
I also had a look at the mailing lists at sf.net, which date
around>>> 2000, but the doc in question hasn't been posted there,
as we had a
ftp server for stuff like this during that time.
I might be able to find it on my PC, but that is currently stored
away. So for now that section has to remain empty or we need
up with a new sketch.
On 20/02/06, Andrew Phillips <address@hidden> wrote:
There's a ship coming? I didn't know that. I just figured Galor
wouldn't be all that happy if one of his followers were to
easily. Until you said that, I was going to have Tanath go
build the ship himself. But this makes everything more
I dropped the rhyme scheme for a little bit just to keep the
interesting. It's a technique called slant rhyme or approximate
I'll go back to the rhyme scheme once the Powers stop
know what German literary tradition looks like, but
and free verse are popular styles for English writers. I
penchant exact rhymes and strong meter schemes make me
something of a
On 19/02/06, Kai Sterker <address@hidden> wrote:
On 2/19/06, Andrew Phillips <address@hidden> wrote:
thats great! I hadn't even thought about that one until you
back to my mind :-). Just like the piece about Ninieth,
needs a lot more work ...
As for the two new stanzas: they'll probably give the story a
hadn't expected, but all for the better. A good opportunity
to step in and tell Tanath to stop complaining about his
ship is on the way ... not in the mood for any rhyming
I can imagine where this could be heading ... maybe there's
some>>>>>> opportunity during the week :-).
You may also feel free to add more, if you like!
I added two stanzas to the end of Tanath's Song and
wordsmithed>>>>>>> it a
little for clarity and meter.
I still have the original and the edited version in side
comparison. I want to keep the original so I don't lose the